MARYBETH POMPEI, D.P.S.
Biomedical Ethics, M.A. Bioethics and Health Policy
Senior Vice President and Chief Clinical Scientist, Exergen Corporation
Dr. Pompei’s training in nursing was at St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center (Boston, MA) and Catholic University of America (Washington D.C.). She received undergraduate and graduate education in business at the University of Queensland (Brisbane, Australia) and Harvard University, and returned to medicine at The Neiswanger Institute for Bioethics and Health Policy at Loyola University Chicago, Stritch School of Medicine, where she earned a Masters Degree in Bioethics and Health Policy. Continuing her medical education at Albany Medical College, Alden March Bioethics Institute, earning her doctorate in Biomedical Ethics.
Dr. Pompei has been an active clinical scientist in the field of medical thermometry and thermoregulation for twenty years, is a patented inventor in the field with five US patents. She is a published author with 38 publications including the Physician’s Reference Handbook on Temperature, conducts regular training for physicians and nurses on the subject, and has been a guest lecturer at grand rounds for a number of universities and medical centers.
Dr. Pompei has 30 years of diverse experience and success in the medical care, medical device and technology industries, characterized by an extensive clinical knowledge and an in-depth understanding of evolving medical care and clinical requirements. She is responsible for the worldwide sales, marketing and product management for Exergen Corporation, the market leader in infrared patient temperature assessment, and is experienced in all areas of medical product development including sales, marketing, research and development, clinical trials and regulatory affairs. Having personally trained thousands of clinicians, and hundreds of thousands by creating an avatar training video, she has worked with a broad cross-section of nursing in all clinical settings. Dr. Pompei is a member of the American Society for Bioethics and Humanities, the American Society of Law, Medicine & Ethics, and the American Society of Reproductive Medicine.